Webinar “Assessing national adaptation in light of the Paris Agreement” (15 December 2016)

The webinar presented the results of the Adaptation Metrics Conference, which was hosted by the Scientific Committee of COP22, and introduced a guidebook for the development of national adaptation M&E Systems. The guidebook was developed in cooperation with the UNFCCC Adaptation Committee and the Least Developed Countries Expert Group. The webinar also demonstrated how the M&E guidebook was used as part of the NAP process in Togo. You can download the presentations, listen to the webinar recording (requires JAVA) and read a blog about the Adaptation Metrics Conference.
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